Motorola MBV3-100S Operator`s manual

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Accessories
Installation and Operation
Instructions
Mercedes-Benz Bluetooth® Cradle for
Motorola V3 RAZR phone
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Mercedes-Benz Bluetooth® Cradle
for Motorola V3 RAZR phone
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Application
These installation instructions are valid for
vehicles with an MHI hands-free
communication system and a
Mercedes-Benz-approved Motorola RAZR
phone with approved software level.
Approved mobile telephones are listed and
can be purchased on the Internet at
www.wireless4mb.com or call 1-800-9101021 to speak to a wireless activation
specialist.
Parts included
•
(1) Mercedes-Benz Bluetooth®
Cradle for Motorola RAZR
phones
GWarning
Always use approved phones with
the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle.
Operating a non-approved phone or
radio transmitter with its own
attached or built-in antenna while
the engine is running can interfere
with the vehicle’s electronic system.
For safety reasons, the driver should
not use the mobile phone while the
vehicle is in motion. We encourage
the driver to stop the vehicle in a
safe location before answering or
placing a call.
Note
Please contact your local Mercedes-Benz
Center if you encounter difficulties when
operating the Mercedes-Benz Hands-Free
Communication System.
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Notes
More information can be found on the
Internet at www.wireless4mb.com or call
1-800-910-1021 to speak to a wireless
activation specialist.
We reserve the right to change technical
details from those shown in the illustrations
contained in these installation instructions.
These installation instructions also refer to
the Vehicle Operator’s Manual, COMAND
Operator’s Manual, and mobile telephone
manual. Please keep them available for
reference.
Installing the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle
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1. Insert the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle (1)
into the latches on the pre-installed MHI
contact plate (2), located in the center
console.
Availability varies by model, see dealer for
details. To insert the Mercedes-Benz V3
Cradle (1), slide it upwards until it clicks into
place.
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Inserting mobile telephone
Notes
The Motorola RAZR phone can be used
inside and outside of the Mercedes-Benz V3
Cradle for use in hands-free mode. This is
possible because the Mercedes-Benz V3
Cradle uses Bluetooth® technology to
connect with your headset. Make sure you
have established a Bluetooth® connection
before using the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle,
see pairing procedure on page 5.
When using the Motorola RAZR phone in the
cradle, the Motorola RAZR phone will also be
charged and connected to the vehicle’s
external mobile antenna for improved
reception. Using the Motorola RAZR phone
outside of the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle
provides convenient hands-free operation
with the phone in your pocket or hand bag.
We recommend placing the phone in the
cradle when the battery is low or when
calling in a weak signal area. The phone may
be inserted into the Mercedes-Benz V3
Cradle during a call, but we encourage that
this is only done when the vehicle is not in
motion.
Close the flip screen of the Motorola RAZR
phone before inserting it into the
Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle.
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1. Push the latch (3) at the “PUSH”-sign.
The latch (3) will swing out.
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2. Slide the Motorola RAZR phone (4) into
place. Make sure that connector (5)
connects to Motorola RAZR phone (4).
3.
Close latch (3).
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Pairing the Motorola RAZR phone with
the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle
Make sure that the starter switch is in
position 1, 2 or 3 (see the Vehicle Operator’s
Manual).
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1. With Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle
connected to the vehicle press button (6) for
approx. 2–3 seconds.
The LED (7) will begin to flash rapidly. The
Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle is in Discovery
Mode and can be detected by the Motorola
RAZR phone. The Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle
will appear as “MB V3 Cradle” on the
Motorola RAZR phone.
2. For instructions on how to get the
mobile telephone ready for pairing, see the
mobile telephone manual or visit
www.wireless4mb.com. Once the Motorola
RAZR phone and Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle
find each other the Motorola RAZR phone
will prompt the user to enter a Pass-Key.
3. When prompted, enter the Pass-Key
62872 into the Motorola RAZR phone.
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4. Once the Pass-Key has been entered
and accepted the LED (7) will be lit
continuously. This confirms that the
Motorola RAZR phone is paired and
connected and the Motorola RAZR phone’s
identity information has been stored in the
Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle.
5. The Motorola RAZR phone is now ready
for use with the Mercedes-Benz Hands-Free
Communication System.
Establishing a Bluetooth® connection
Notes
A maximum of 4 Motorola RAZR phones can
be paired with the Mercedes-Benz V3
Cradle. However, only one Motorola RAZR
phone is connected to the Mercedes-Benz
V3 Cradle at a time. If a fifth Motorola RAZR
phone is paired with the Mercedes-Benz V3
Cradle, then the information stored from the
first Motorola RAZR phone which was paired
with the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle will be
replaced.
When the starter switch is in position 1, 2
or 3 (see the Vehicle Operator’s Manual),
the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle will search for
the last connected Motorola RAZR phone
and reconnect.
The Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle will search
continuously and automatically after startup for one of the paired phones.
If the last connected Motorola RAZR phone
is not found the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle
will search for one of the previously paired
phones and connect to it.
The searching routine is being repeated as
long as a paired RAZR mobile phone is ready
to be connected. Searching is indicated with
LED (7) flashing periodically.
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If the connection between the
Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle and Motorola
RAZR phone is not established
automatically, it is possible to establish a
connection manually (see page 8).
Stored SMS messages can not be accessed
via the COMAND or radio while the
Bluetooth® connection is established.
The Motorola RAZR V3 and V3i allow viewing
of incoming SMS. This feature is not possible
with the Motorola RAZR V3c and V3m.
Not every ring-tone of the Motorola RAZR
phone is supported by the COMAND or
radio.
3-way-calling and call waiting are not
supported from the Mercedes-Benz V3
Cradle. An audible beep will notify a waiting
call.
The roaming indication is not supported by
the COMAND or radio.
The Tele Aid System (emergency call
system) will continue to function
independently of the hands-free phone
system as designed as long as there is a
valid service contract.
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Connecting the Motorola RAZR phone
and Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle manually
For all Mercedes-Benz vehicles with the
exception of the model year 2007 S-Class:
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Press  button on the COMAND or
radio.
For model year 2007 S-Class vehicles:
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Using the COMAND Controller, select
“Telephone” 씮 “Telephone” 씮
“Telephone on”.
Notes
Before manual connection, the Motorola
RAZR phone must previously be paired with
the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle, see pairing
procedure on page 5.
The Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle will search
continuously and in sequence for one of the
paired Motorola RAZR phones. If a
Bluetooth® connection is disconnected
manually the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle will
stop searching.
When the Motorola RAZR phone is within the
range (approx. 30 ft) of the Mercedes-Benz
V3 Cradle, the connection between the
Motorola RAZR phone and the
Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle will remain active,
and phone calls made with the Motorola
RAZR phone using the vehicle’s hands-free
system. For this reason, the connection
between the Motorola RAZR phone and the
Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle should be
disconnected manually if the Motorola RAZR
phone is taken out of the vehicle for
independent use outside of it (see page 9).
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Disconnecting the Bluetooth®
connection automatically
The connection between the Motorola RAZR
phone and the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle is
automatically disconnected when the
Motorola RAZR phone travels outside of the
connection range (approx. 30 ft) of the
Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle.
Disconnecting the Bluetooth®
connection manually
The connection between the Motorola RAZR
phone and the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle
can be disconnected at any time by using
the Motorola RAZR phone (see the Motorola
RAZR phone manual for disconnection
instructions).
To disconnect the paired Motorola RAZR
phone from Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle using
the COMAND or radio:
For all Mercedes-Benz vehicles with the
exception of the model year 2007 S-Class:
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Press and hold  button on the
COMAND or radio for approx.
3 seconds.
For model year 2007 S-Class vehicles:
•
Using the COMAND Controller, select
“Telephone” 씮 “Telephone” 씮
“Telephone off”.
Note
If a phone call is in progress, the connection
can only be disconnected directly on the
Motorola RAZR phone (see the Motorola
RAZR phone manual for disconnection
instructions).
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Removing Motorola RAZR phone
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1. Press the latch (3) on the top of the
Motorola RAZR phone (4). The latch (3) and
the Motorola RAZR phone (4) will swing out.
2. Remove Motorola RAZR phone (4)
sliding it out sideways.
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Detaching the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle
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1. Press and hold the release button (9).
Slide the Mercedes-Benz V3 Cradle (1) in
direction of arrow (8) and remove it from the
pre-installed contact plate (2).
Note
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
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This device may not cause harmful
interference.
•
This device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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